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California passed a wildly ambitious climate agenda. It wants to go even further

California’s Democratic supermajority wants to follow up its most ambitious year of environmental legislation by passing new clean energy incentives and measures that would accelerate greenhouse gas reductions and require billion-dollar businesses to disclose their emissions.

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Three ambitious climate bills to watch in California

Democratic lawmakers in California have introduced an ambitious package of bills aimed at holding businesses accountable for their pollution. The bills would require emissions disclosures, pension divestments from oil and gas companies.

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Coastal storm cools California heat wave, dampens wildfire

Parts of Southern California were lashed by severe winds from a tropical storm that brought high humidity, rain and possible flooding to the parched region but also the promise of cooler temperatures after a 10-day heat wave.
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Experts - once again - tell Senate panel that California’s key climate change strategy is flawed

In a repeat of last year’s criticism, legislators were told there’s “a very real risk” the cap-and-trade program won’t meet California’s greenhouse gas goals. The state air board is revising the program.
Atmospheric river unleashes record rainfall, flooding in California

Atmospheric river unleashes record rainfall, flooding in California

Both San Francisco and Sacramento had their wettest October days on record.
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Governor asks Californians to voluntarily cut water use

Gavin Newsom on Thursday asked people in the nation's most populous state to voluntarily cut how much water they use by 15% as the Western U.S. weathers a drought that is rapidly emptying reservoirs relied on for agriculture, drinking water and fish habitat.

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